The purpose of the Alzheimer Foundation London and Middlesex is to raise, invest and manage funds which support the Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex.
The Mission of the Alzheimer Foundation London and Middlesex is to raise and grant philanthropic funds that enable the Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex to pursue excellence in programs, services and research.
Through donor support, the Foundation contributes to breakthrough research initiatives, vital programs and services, and compassionate care at the Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex.
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Ways to give to the Alzheimer Foundation London and Middlesex:
Hope for the Future Fund
The Hope for the Future Fund has been established as an endowed fund for the Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex. Income generated by the fund goes towards research, education and support programs. Money directed to this fund can be in memory of someone, with the assurance that it will continueto provide funding for ASLM programs and services on an ongoing basis. This means that the memorial for your loved one becomes a lasting, permanent legacy.
Major Gifts include gifts from individuals and foundations of $1,000 or more. A major gift can be pledged in installments over a period of up to ten years.
Planning your estate can ensure that your retirement needs are met, and that loved ones will be adequately provided for. In addition, your gift will continue providing for others for years to come. A planned gift can provide methods of reducing the cost of estate taxes and probate.
- Bequests:;A bequest is a specified dollar amount or a percentage of an estate that is described in the donor's will.
- Life Insurance Policies:This is a way to give a substantial gift without a substantial cost to you by naming the Foundation as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy. Income tax receipts are issued for the premiums paid each year. Proceeds are paid directly to the Foundation and are not subject to probabe fees or legal costs. Existing policies may also be assigned to the Foundation.
- Gifts of Securities: Listed securities are considered immediate gifts and include stocks, bonds, bills, mutual funds, warrants and futures that are traded on approved stock exchanges in Canada and certain other countries. New taxation rules make it very beneficial to donate publicly listed securities to avoid capital gains taxation.
For more information on ways to give to the Alzheimer Foundation London and Middlesex, please contact: Leslie Rand, Fund Development Officer
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Board Of Directors
The Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex and the Alzheimer Foundation London and Middlesex are currently inviting submissions from qualified individuals who are interested in being considered for a position on the Board Of Directors. To find out more, click here.